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Anticipating Fall’s Primetime Season: An Abundance of Genre Riches

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One thing I have to say: the primetime schedule is full of great genre promise with both new and returning series on network television. Read More »

TV Review: ‘The Newsroom’ Season Two Premiere ‘The First Thing We Do, We Kill all the Lawyers’

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Of course, the series is liberal comfort food, but the writing remains tight, quick and smart. Read More »

DVD Review: “The Newsroom – The Complete First Season”

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Starring Jeff Daniels (Purple Rose of Cairo) as Will MacAvoy the primetime anchor of a cable news network, the series offers its take on the state of the infotainment business. Read More »

Movie Review: Looper

If only I could loop myself back to seeing this for the first time again. Read More »

Movie Review: Looper

Looper is intelligent, fun sci fi, but the violence is overbearing and unfunny. Read More »

TV Review: The Newsroom – “5/1″

This week's The Newsroom: knowing when to "hold" on the "big" story. Read More »

TV Review: The Newsroom – “Bullies”

The Newsroom is not only a brilliant morality play, but has rich characters worth exploring. Read More »

TV Review: The Newsroom – Sloan Goes Rogue in “Bullies”

With the focus off breaking news this week, The Newsroom gives us access into what makes Will MacAvoy (Jeff Daniels) tick. Read More »

TV Review: The Newsroom – “Amen”

This week's The Newsroom is an emotionally intense drama set against the 2011 Egyptian uprising. Read More »

The Newsroom: “I’ll Try to Fix You” – A Lesson in Truthiness

HBO's The Newsroom takes on truthiness Read More »